Approximately 654 pounds of frozen veal ravioli products have been recalled due to the undeclared allergen, soy, which is in an ingredient of the product but not included on the label. Nina Mia, Inc. based in Fullerton, California produced the ravioli. The ravioli products included in the recall are 6 pound cases of “Pasta Mia Veal Ravioli Gastronomica.” Each of those cases has 2 3-pound packages, and the establishment number “20314″ mentioned inside the USDA mark of inspection on the product’ packaging.
The problem was discovered by the Food Safety and Inspection Service, a branch of the United States Department of Agriculture, during a routine label review at the establishment. According to news reports, no adverse reactions have surfaced due to the recall. Anyone with health concerns after consuming the product should receive medical attention.
The company’s vice president of operations, Jorgen Hanson, can be reached at 714-773-5588, extension 105. Consumers may also use the FSIS Food Safety Questions service, Ask Karen online at www.askkaren.gov. As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I hope that no one becomes sick due to the recalled product, and everyone who thinks they’ve been sickened contact reach doctor immediately. If you or a loved one were affected by an unsafe product, have your claim evaluated by a knowledgeable Virginia personal injury attorney.